* Dolito *

Her ability is a gift to all people and animals

pets talk: I’m Okay with It

Yoyo the Husky is one of the member in the big family of our memorial pagoda in Taichung. The pagoda is located in a mountain, nearly the top of it. The air there is much cleaner than the city air, so for most pet owners who work and live in the city, coming to visit their late pet is also relaxing.

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pets talk: It’s Up To You

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Many people wanted to know where one would be after one died, so did the owner of Kobe the Beagle. She brought some of Kobe’s cute pictures to visit Miss Dolito wanting to know if Kobe was still with her, and if so, how was he.

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pets talk: He’s Watching Over You

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When an owner takes more than one pet to Miss Dolito, chances are that only one of them will talk. That pet is the ‘boss’ among all the pets and others will just watch and listen to him/her.

Last year a family took their lovely cats to our charitable weekend trip. Three cats. But only one of them talked. Won-Lien was the oldest cat in their family; she refused to go out of her carrier so we all crouched on the floor to keep an eye contact with her.

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pets talk: We Don’t Live Long

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Last week I just lost my beloved grandmother. I know I should be happy for her to finally go back to God and my grandfather, but the feeling of loss needs time to heal. Thus when I’m translating the story of the little hamster Fries, I feel sadder than usual. Well, but I believe as time goes by, we’ll all be fine.

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pets talk: Don’t Be Sad

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Guzhui (transliteration of 古錐, meaning cute in Taiwanese) was a nine-year-old shiba inu, who had been dead for a while. Her owner took her photo to Miss Dolito to see if Guzhui’s spirit was attached to it. Luckily she was, and she followed her owner to meet Miss Dolito by attaching to the photos.

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Brahma the 4-faced Buddha: Meningitis

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You may not be a believer of His, but you sure have heard of Him — Brahma the 4-faced Buddha. Brahma is believed to be originated from India, but the most well-known city when it comes to Brahma is Bangkok in Thailand.

Miss Li (aka Miss Dolito) has been leading about 30 people to take a weekend trip to Thai and to pray to Brahma monthly since 2010. Brahma the 4-faced Buddha is known for His power to fulfill one’s wishes; He speaks through Miss Li to tell the believers where their problems lie in and helps them to solve the problems.

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pets talk: Doze Off

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Unlike most of the western countries, it’s hard to tell which religion has the most popularity in Taiwan. Therefore, when it comes to death, we have a lot of different thoughts of it: heaven an hell, reincarnation, and so on. Some pet owners ask us, will their pets be earthbound because the owners visit their graves (in this case, the memorial pagoda) too often? Does it make it harder for them to let go and move on? According to Miss Dolito’s experiences communicating with the spirits, the answer is NO. When the time comes, they just have to go; it’s not up to them.

Dong-Dong the mixed dog, was a very cute and sweet son, and he still IS. Dong-Dong’s mom finally made time for visiting him. When it was Dong-Dong’s turn, his first words was: “You finally came!” making the mom speechless.

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pets talk: I’m Not His Dog

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I believe I have shared the concept that when our lovely pets are gone, they don’t go to Heaven immediately; their spirits would stay with us for maybe a decade or more, and Miss Dolito can communicate with these lovely pet spirits. Also I have mentioned the memorial pagodas of TienYuan Life Care Association(→read the article) that have a lot of “members” now. Today I’m gonna share with you one of our best friends’ spirits.

Gogo the Labrador is a new member of this big family in TYLCA’s memorial pagoda in Taipei. He’s so excited that the owners come to visit him. But the first thing he says is: “I’m not his dog.”

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The Dead Pet’s Feast

Did I ever mention that there are lots of memorial pagodas (not really a pagoda or a tower, we’re simply using the name) that are for pets? More and more people consider their pets part of the family, therefore a lot of morticians start to develop this promising market, and give us the chance to treat our pets like humans even after they die.

TienYuan Life Care Association also has this service. We have 3 memorial pagodas in Taipei, Taichung and Kaohsiung, each of which is a metropolis in Taiwan. The owners come and visit their late pets often, and they bring tasty food for the pets every time. It might surprise people from western culture but here in Taiwan, it’s normal and we find it sweet.

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DingDing (transliteration of 丁丁) was a Maltese. Actually I prefer present tense because I believe even if he has become a spirit now, he is still a Maltese.

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Miss Li’s Cases: Respect to the Dead

I figure it might be interesting to share some cases that are not about pets. It is because Miss Li (a.k.a. Miss Dolito) doesn’t only communicate with animals, she’s been helping people since she was 15 after all. And I will sort this kind of articles as ‘Miss Li’s Cases,’ so that we can differentiate it from Dolito’s pets talk.

The connection to ‘the other world’ does have influences on our life. Though the concept of being ‘haunted’ is sometimes a little bit different from one culture to another, every culture has its myths and ghost stories. Now let me share with you a simple story that just happened not long ago.

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